TOR vs WOL Dream11 : Wolverhampton look to build on the foundation of their one goal lead from the first leg as they eye qualification into the Europa League today
Ever since the 2018-19 Premier League campaign, Wolverhampton Wanderers have been on a rousing dream run, one which has seen them make massive strides at an unprecedented speed across the tournamnets they have partaken in. And one such showpiece tournament is the Europa League, a colossal tournament which the English side will be looking to seal its berth in today.
Sitting on the cusp of qualifying for their first ever Europa League campaign since 1980-81, Wolverhampton head into their home leg with a crucial 3-2 lead in their artillery. Looking well on course to seal things in the first leg itself, the side ended up conceding a late second, handing Torino the smallest of straws to clutch onto ahead of the second leg to be contested today.
Despite having three away goals in their artillery, Wolverhampton will be well aware though that they can’t take anything for granted in today’s contest. The side have a slender one goal lead but early signs of fatigue from partaking in a slew of competitions have already started telling on the side who are only one of the two outfits to register a win in the Premier League after the first three gameweeks.
And this narrative was resonated by the side ahead of their impending clash against Torino as well with the side making it clear that they’ll not allow the Europa League to take over their campaign in the Europa League. Expect them to dole out several of their key performers in an encounter of such immense value and magnitude though as they look to spare no expense in venturing into the Europa League 2019-20 campaign.
TOR vs WOL Match Prediction
With the first leg dishing out our way a five goal thriller, expect today’s clash to be played out similarly with Torino coming hot out of the blocks in a bid to get the elusive away goals which Wolverhampton have stacked up as assurance. And with Wolverhampton revered for their attacking brand of football, this one can easily be a goals galore fixture, one we see Wolverhampton winning due to the style of football they play and their ability to rummage goals in the stickiest of situations.
Probable Playing 11
Patricio, Vallejo, Coady, Boly, Traore, Dendoncker, Neves, Moutinho, Vinagre, Jimenez, Jota
Sirigu, Izzo, N’Koulou, Bremer, De Silvestri, Rincon, Baselli, Ansaldi, Zaza, Belotti, Berenguer
Europa League Qualifiers
Match: Wolverhampton Wanderers Vs Torino
Date And Time: 29th August, Friday- 12:15am IST
Venue: Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton
- Vallejo, Dendoncker, Neves, Jimenez
- Bremer, De Silvestri, Rincon, Baselli, Ansaldi, Berenguer
TOR vs WOL Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Given the script that a cleansheet for either side looks improbable today, we decided to pick out the better shot stopper from our available options, seeing us go with the hosts Rui Patricio. His side are going to be perturbed and peppered by a hoard of attacking sojourns by Torino, a prospective which should give Patricio an opportunity to come up with some worldclass saves today.
TOR vs WOL Dream11 Defenders
The slightest of chance of keeping a cleansheet in this fixture lies with Wolverhampton with the team showing that they have be extremely resolute defensively as well in matches of momentous stature. Along with this, the side are known to heavily involve their backline in their soirees up the pitch as well, making defenders excellent value from their side owing to the two toned nature they come bearing.
This sees us opting for CB Conor Coady from the side along with Willy Boly while from the opposition we have opted for the selection of the attacking minded Armando Izzo and Lorenzo de Silvestri after he impressed while moving into Wolverhampton’s attacking side of the pitch.
TOR vs WOL Dream11 Midfielders
Leander Dendoncker, Romain Saiss and Ruben Vinagre are all picked out by us from the home outfit as we rope in a trivalent of picks from the outfit for this clash. Vinagre in particular is someone who we envision getting a goal today, given the wingback slot he’s been occupying whenever he’s been played in the Europa League Qualifiers.
Elsewhere we have gotten into two pivotal players to Torino’s quest of scoring in this one with us indulging in the myriad services of Daniele Baselli and Alex Berenguer.
TOR vs WOL Dream11 Strikers
Raul Jimenez scored when these two sides met in the last week along with scoring a late penalty for his side against Burnley at the weekend to salvage a draw for his side, seeing him become our pick in this segment of our side.
TOR vs WOL Dream11 Captain And Vice-Captain
Jimenez is our captain for today while we have selected Vinagre as the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.